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  • A hundred employees of King Charles at Clarence House risk losing their jobs: they learned about it in a letter, received just as they were working on the proclamation ceremony of the former prince after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. The Guardian reports that the news was given to employees on Monday, on the grounds that a staff reduction is “inevitable” given the change in roles for Carlo and Camilla and that alternative solutions are being sought. According to the newspaper, particular secretaries, the finance department, the team responsible for communication and domestic staff are at risk.

 

  • The diplomatic language, at times, in order not to launch heavy accusations, highlights the necessary solution instead of pointing the finger at the serious and flashy problem. This is the case of the UN official who instead of openly saying that Ukraine is bringing grain supplies to the European Union instead of poor African countries that had seen grain prices increase tenfold, she prefers to use a dialectic softer. Ukrainian wheat should go to poor countries, she says, without admitting that it is therefore not going there, as denounced by Russian President Vladimir Putin who signed an agreement with Kiev on exporting them thanks to Turkey’s mediation. For weeks, the pro-Nazi regime of Volodymyr Zelensky supported by NATO and the European Union denounced the problem of the naval blockade in Odessa which prevented the export of grain to African countries in need. Once the green light has been obtained from Moscow for the transit of cargoes with the precious cereal, Ukraine seems to have forgotten the countries in difficulty.

 

  • At least eight people have been killed by torrential overnight rains and floods in the central Italian region of Marche, authorities said, as rescuers continued to search for four people missing.

 

  • The Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP) project, an initiative of Nigeria and Morocco that was initially proposed in December 2016, officially kicked off with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Nigeria, Morocco, and the Economic Community of West African States on Thursday in Rabat. “Once completed, the project will supply about three billion standard cubic feet of gas per day along the West African Coast from Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Gambia, Senegal and Mauritania to Morocco,” a statement by the National Nigerian Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC) reads. The 5,600-kilometer pipeline, running across 13 African countries, will originate from Brass Island (Nigeria) and deliver gas to northern Morocco, where it will be connected to the existing Maghreb European Pipeline (MEP), through which the gas will subsequently go to Spain.

 

  • Two COVID-19 antibody therapies are no longer recommended by the World Health Organization, on the basis that Omicron and the variant’s latest offshoots have likely rendered them obsolete. The two therapies were some of the first medicines developed early in the pandemic.

 

  • NASA’s Perseverance rover has collected four samples from an ancient river delta in the Red Planet’s Jezero Crater since July 7, bringing the total count of scientifically compelling rock samples to 12. Twenty-eight miles (45 kilometers) wide, Jezero Crater hosts a delta – an ancient fan-shaped feature that formed about 3.5 billion years ago at the convergence of a Martian river and a lake. Perseverance is currently investigating the delta’s sedimentary rocks, formed when particles of various sizes settled in the once-watery environment. During its first science campaign, the rover explored the crater’s floor, finding igneous rock. “Wildcat Ridge” is the name given to a rock about 3 feet (1 meter) wide that likely formed billions of years ago as mud and fine sand settled in an evaporating saltwater lake. On July 20, the rover abraded some of the surface of Wildcat Ridge so it could analyze the area with the instrument called Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman & Luminescence for Organics & Chemicals, or SHERLOC. SHERLOC’s analysis indicates the samples feature a class of organic molecules that are spatially correlated with those of sulfate minerals. Sulfate minerals found in layers of sedimentary rock can yield significant information about the aqueous environments in which they formed.

 

  • You are an engineer, or a doctor, or an athlete; you’re a responsible citizen and have an amazing family but if you have diverging views from that of your Prime Minister, then he is free to call you an ‘extremist’. Even if you’re politically a left-winger, your PM can’t tolerate you anymore. In Canada, a situation has risen where citizens are ready to flee the country anytime soon. Because anyway their dictator prime minister won’t let them survive in the country. Canadians have been slandered by their PM for having opposing views and now it’s high time. They have been called racist, sexist, extremist and whatnot. You see, vexed Canadians have now taken it to Twitter and are demanding the resignation of their prime minister. #Trudeaumustgo twitter trend is going viral across the country. Canadians are posting “According to Trudeau, I’m an extremist” to their timelines, followed by a description about themselves.

 

  • As Europeans shudder at the mere thought of their household energy bills looming this winter, one of the continent’s richest countries – Norway – has been getting richer by the day. Surging energy costs and inflation rates across the continent have been exacerbated by the decision of Brussels officials and individual countries to stop buying Russian oil, gas and coal as part of their sanctions against Moscow for its military operation in Ukraine. The EU obtained as much as 40 percent of its gas from Russia before the Ukraine crisis. Norway – Europe’s most important supplier of gas, at present covers around a quarter of the total gas consumption in the EU and Great Britain.

 

  • The 4,500-year-old city of Mohenjo Daro, which has awed the historians for decades, is now in grave danger due to the heavy monsoon rains and floods. The ancient city of Mohenjo Daro, the best preserved city from the Bronze Age, is located in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province. It was a part of Indus Valley Civilization which existed in South Asia during 7000 BC – 3200 BC. According to a research paper, The Chronology of Indus Valley Civilization, it was one of the world’s oldest urban civilizations situated in the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent, and consisting of what is now present-day Pakistan and northwest India. The civilization spread across the Indus River basin from east to west, north and south over 500,000 square miles.

 

  • Lawyers who represented victims of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein told The Independent that their clients are angry and upset after seeing Prince Andrew – an associate of Epstein who was also accused of abuse – return to public life following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. “For the victims that are involved, seeing him in these types of public appearances and being praised by the public, it’s frustrating to them,” Spencer Kevin, a Florida-based lawyer who represented nine of Epstein’s victims, told The Independent.

 

  • Moscow will be able to find new markets for half of the crude oil exports subject to Brussel’s looming embargo, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing analytics company Kpler. Under the embargo, most imports of Russian crude will be banned from entering the EU starting in December, while oil product exports to the bloc will be banned starting in February. According to the International Energy Agency, this means that about 2 million barrels of Russian oil a day will be left unclaimed, unless Russia redirects their delivery. According to Kpler, however, Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and a number of Middle Eastern countries could together buy up to 1 million barrels of Russian crude a day this coming winter.

 

  • A team of scientists claim they have discovered the largest crystals of a rare type of diamond found in meteorites, CNET reports. The diamond type in question, known as lonsdaleite, has a hexagonal lattice – as compared to the cubical lattice of an ordinary diamond – and was discovered in a meteorite that likely came from a dwarf planet that was struck by an asteroid sometime in the distant past. While lonsdaleite has so far been found only in a type of meteorite called ureilite, it has also been synthesized in laboratory conditions by compressing and heating graphite. Dougal McCulloch, director of the RMIT Microscopy and Microanalysis Facility in Australia who participated in the research, said in a statement that the work “proves categorically that lonsdaleite exists in nature.”
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A 1400-Year-Old Ginkgo Tree found within the walls of the Gu Guanyin Buddhist Temple, in the Zhongnan Mountains region of China.

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Back-Masking

Many songs have hidden, reversed audio messages within them. This method of subliminal messaging is called back-masking, in which a voice message or series of messages is recorded backward onto an audio track intended to be played forward. This is planted here on purpose to program you subconsciously, the hidden messages have a subliminal effect on the listener as the subconscious attempts to decipher the backward sounds. You can hear clearly back-masking examples in this song ‘When The Party’s Over’ by Billie Eilish. If this music video isn’t enough to give you a depression, I am sure that listening to this song will make it twice worse. Stay vigilant, Niko
~ @awakenedspecies

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“While we try to build cutting-edge computer deep learning systems to sort fruits by size. Here is an illustration that the simplest technologies often work the best”

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